|Jinyang Li - Kaleidoscope|
Jinyang Li discusses the anti-censorship tool Kaleidoscope which many activists in China use to evade the Great Firewall
Keywords: Internet Society; Jinyang Li; New York; NYC; New York City; China; Great Firewall; Kaleidoscope; Firefox; censorship; survelliance; web browser; proxy; World Wide Web; Internet; David Solomonoff
|FreedomBox Hackfest (Febuary, 2012) - ISOC-NY|
On February 18 2012 the Internet Society's New York Chapter (ISOC-NY) participated in the first ever FreedomBox Hackfest, held at the Columbia School of Law in New York City. The FreedomBox is an initiative to create a network of personal servers to protect privacy during daily life, maintain beachheads of free network access during times of political instability, and open lines of communication during natural disasters.The project is a direct consequence of the 'Freedom in the Cloud' talk (http...
Keywords: 2012; World Wide Web; Eben Moglen; James Vasile; Freedom Box; network topology; Internet Society; Isaac Wilder; Marcus Eagan; Free Network Foundation; Freedom Tower; mesh networks; hack; hackfest; New York City; NYC; Free culture; Debian; Free Software; PGP; web hosting; users; David Solomonoff; onion router; GNU/Linux; privacy; smart phones; internet society; encryption; Free bandwidth; communities; shared spectrum; FreedomBox
|Eben Moglen - Freedom In The Cloud (2010) - ISOC-NY|
Everyone wants a piece of you these days: Google, Facebook, Flickr, Apple, AT&T, Bing. They'll give you free e-mail, free photo storage, free web hosting, even a free date. They just want to listen in. And you can't wait to let them. They'll store your stuff, they'll organize your photos, they'll keep track of your appointments, as long as they can watch. It all goes into the "Cloud" Eben Moglen is a Professor of Law and Legal History at Columbia University and the founding director of the Softw...
Keywords: 2010; Eben Moglen; Freedom Box; history; network topology; Internet Society; China; Freedom; Free culture; Free Software; PGP; web hosting; users; David Solomonoff; Tor; Tor Project; onion router; university; BitTorrent; GNU\Linux; ARM; Microsoft; Windows; browser; platform; World Wide Web; client-server; client; server; cloud; logs; Debian; Ubuntu; PHP; logs; Facebook; Zuckerberg; Q&A; ISX; FreedomBox; EFF; VoIP; Voice over IP; Q&A; Joe Plotkin; bway.net; GPL; AGPL; copyleft; Free Bandwidth; service provider; DSL; SpeakEasy; Greenwich Village; Manhattan; France; Columbia University; ISP; Asterisk; Symbian; telephony; Net Neutrality; politics; MySpace; monopoly; stupid tax; municipal wireless; Philidelphia; Supreme Court; GSM; financial services; Google; mods; code; federated networks; Nokia; iPad; sysadmin; root; infotainment; NoScript; gmail; social networking; privacy; smart phones